Feb 26, 2012 10:30am EST
. both of these jonah have been leading figures in efforts to address the growing cyber threat to our national and economic security. admiral, as, secretary chertoff will be joined today by senior editorial staff to discuss legislation. here at the george washington university when an initiative could bring together policy, research, and education, among the results of this epoch that are already far in the advance are the creation of a new master of science in a cyber security based on our department of computer science and the launching of an executive m.b.a. that will bring together our school of business and our law school. it is now my pleasure to turn over to the associate vice president of home and security and director of george washington's a homeland security policy institute and the moderator of today's discussion, which i hope you all enjoy it and a profit from. thank you very much. [applause] >> thank you. thank you, president. let me also echo you're welcome to everyone here today. not only in the audience, but also of yours on c-span and those watching our live web stre
Feb 9, 2012 1:00pm EST
, unlike the clint eastwood thing. what jonah said, they want a collective, they want to dependency because this ensures their power in office. i believe in recycling trash and congress for the same reason, because each left too long in the same place leads to a foul odor. get them out. >> a brokered convention -- the you think that is where we are headed? >> more and more. rick santorum's when this week was a big deal. -- win this week is a big deal. i have been liberated it as a communist and that i have not been super enthusiastic about any of them. mitt romney is a decent man, but we saw this week he has a very hard time connecting with conservatives. there's something that people do not like. he says the right things, but like he has memorized them from a phrase book. it becomes a real problem for him. he says the right thing, but he does not convey the rights the motion. -- emotion. whether or not it is right or fair to romney, it looks more and more like the people of the base of the republican party, the tea party, they want more items on the menu. >> are we going to get more items?